Survivor UK applications open for new series on BBC One

2000s reality show Survivor is making a return in the UK and applications are now open for a new series.

Survivor presents a thrilling challenge of intellect, strength, and deception, where contestants strive to outsmart, outperform, and outendure their opponents to be named the Ultimate Survivor.

Fresh from the recent series final, casting is now open for a second series in 2024.

Apply for Survivor UK

Applications for the series are open now. A casting call reads: “BBC One’s Survivor is actively casting for a potential second series and we are looking for a new wave of fearless castaways and strategic masterminds who would be interested in being considered for the chance to play the ultimate physical and psychological game. ”

You can apply online via the BBC website

You need to be at least 18-years-old to apply. The closing date for applications is 16 February 2024.

If you succeed in your application, you’ll find yourself stranded in a distant tropical location, divided into tribes, where you must devise strategies and forge alliances to prevent being eliminated from the competition. You’ll face off against your adversaries in gruelling tests of endurance, physical stamina, and mental acuity to win vital rewards or immunity that could save your place in the game. At the Tribal Council, you’ll need to employ every tactic at your disposal to prevent your torch from being extinguished.

This is a contest of intelligence, physical strength, treachery, and unexpected turns, as the participants vie to become the Sole Survivor and claim the substantial cash prize.

Do you believe you possess the skills required to navigate a game where every decision could lead you to victory or spell your defeat?

Are you ready to Outwit, Outplay, and Outlast everyone else?

Survivor originally aired for two series in the UK on ITV In 2001 and 2002 however in the US it has aired more than 40 seasons since 2000. 2022 marks the show’s 25th anniversary having first premiered in Sweden in 1997.

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